Hunt Museum

Local nameHunt Museum
LocationLimerick, Ireland

The Hunt Museum is a museum in the city of Limerick, Ireland. The Hunt Museum holds a personal collection donated by the Hunt family, it was originally situated in the University of Limerick, before being moved to its present location in the Georgian Custom House in 1997. The Custom House is situated on Rutland Street on the banks of the River Shannon at its confluence with the Abbey River. Among the museum's collection are works by notable artists and designers such as Pablo Picasso, Jack B. Yeats, and Sybil Connolly as well as distinctive historical items such as the O'Dea Mitre and Crozier.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hunt_Museum

Official website http://www.huntmuseum.com/

Email info@huntmuseum.com

Phone +353 61 312833

Address Rutland Street, Limerick, Co. Limerick, Ireland

Coordinates 52°39'58.563" N -8°37'27.843" E

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